Jordans' plucky little king knows what's good for Israel

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Israel faces all-out war within 18 months if it does not come to terms with the Arab world and allow the establishment of a new Palestinian Authority state with its capital in Jerusalem, according to Jordan’s King Abdullah II.

Carl in J’lem has video:

King Abdullah discusses Israel on Meet the Press

The King of Palestine appeared on Meet the Press on Sunday. Many of you know him as the King of Jordan, but Jordan, which is 78% of the former territory of Mandatory Palestine, was given to King Abdullah’s family in 1920 by the British as a consolation prize for having lost Saudi Arabia to that other Arab Sheikhdom. During the 19 years that Abdullah’s father and grandfather controlled the ‘West Bank,’ they felt no need to create a ‘Palestinian state.’ But now that Israel is in control, Abdullah will tell you that creating a ‘Palestinian state’ will solve all of the Muslim world’s problems, from Morocco to Pakistan(!) and beyond. Yes, it’s all the Jooooos’ fault.

it’s not just that Abdullah believes (irrationally) that the answer to all of the World’s problems is to ‘solve the Israeli-Palestinian question.’ Note theimplicit threat against Israel in that little comment at the beginning about 2009-10:

Israel faces all-out war within 18 months if it does not come to terms with the Arab world and allow the establishment of a new Palestinian Authority state with its capital in Jerusalem, according to Jordan’s King Abdullah II.

His position basically echoed the PA stand that its demands are a condition for peace and are not a matter for negotiation, despite diplomatic and media language about Israel and the PA each making concessions.

The king responded to virtually every question concerning the Middle East by pointing to Jerusalem. “In Arab and Muslim minds, the most emotional aspect is the Palestinian cause and that of Jerusalem. And from there leads all the other problems,” he argued.

When program host David Gregory asked if it’s not a “fantasy’ to think that the problem of Al Qaeda will disappear so easily, the Jordanian monarch answered, ”What — what is Al Qaeda’s platform is — is the plight of the Palestinians in Jerusalem under occupation.”

Gregory challenged him that the terrorist organization may not believe what it says, but King Abdullah II was unmoved. “You can’t really take them that seriously when the core issue, the major grievance in the Arab and Muslim world is solved,” he explained.

If any of you actually believes that if there were a ‘Palestinian’ state, al-Qaeda would stop trying to carry out terror attacks, Iran would stop trying to undermine its neighbors and obtain nuclear weapons, the Taliban would give up on taking over Pakistan and radical Islam would stop trying to export its religion to the rest of the world, please let me know what you’re smoking.
 

8 thoughts on “Jordans' plucky little king knows what's good for Israel”

  1. Gregory is always ein Kuschel-Talker when speaking with Islamic savages. By the way, it was Abdullah I (the present king’s great-grandfather) who was murdered by Islamic savages, for being “too moderate with the Jews.” The present king’s father was with Abdullah I when he was murdered.

  2. Who cares what this pissant thinks. He is a dictator period. I am sure he has never refrained from Jew fomenting as do all arab dictators. we should assasinate every arab dictator at once.

  3. Rob,
    The assassination of every arab dictator will, in my humble opinion, make the situation worse. Arabs (and muslims in particular) seem to have a problem with being giving the freedoms to make all their own decisions without guidance – Iraq, amongst others, is a good example. Until the arab and muslim mentality matures they (arabs/muslims) seem to require guidance – unfortunately they usually make poor choices in choosing their teachers. That is the danger of democracy in places like pakiland – the terrorists can win an open vote using blackmail and murder, but they will claim that their election was a democratic choice. Hamas claimed a democratic victory after having used extortion and violence as electioneering tools. The myopic idiots in the EU also claim this was a democratic election, but it was democratic in name only. The manner in which a significant part of the election was prosecuted was not in the spirit of democracy. Actually, the only true democratic state in the middle east in Israel.

  4. Israel is the model that all Muslim countries should aspire to be like. But it takes hard work and intelligence to build a country like Israel and Islam has not evolved out of the stone age so we won’t hold our breath.

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  6. * Israel faces all-out war within 18 months if it does not come to terms with the Arab world and allow the establishment of a new Palestinian Authority state with its capital in Jerusalem, according to Jordan’s King Abdullah II.

    Sounds about the right timeline, the way things are unfolding. Israel
    will have the task of marking & burying the bodies & body parts of
    those who wage war upon the Holy Land – King Abdullah II will probably sit on his throne & send his fawning followers (like dany)
    to their doom…

  7. * Jordan’s Abdullah: Israel Must Choose Between Isolation and Integration

    And yet it is a “crime against humanity” or something similar to expect
    Turks in Germany to integrate with the host nation…

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